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Prema (film)

Prema
ప్రేమ
காதல்
Directed by P. S. Ramakrishna Rao
Produced by P. S. Ramakrishna Rao
P. Bhanumathi
Written by P. Bhanumathi (story)
Kondamudi Goparaya Sarma (Dialogues )
Starring A. Nageswara Rao
P. Bhanumathi
C. S. R. Anjaneyulu
Relangi Venkata Ramaiah
Sriranjani
Mukkamala
Kasturi Siva Rao
Suryakantham
Music by C. R. Subburaman
Cinematography Kamal Ghosh
Studio Bharani Studios
Release date(s) 14 June 1952
Running time 171 minutes
Country India
Language Telugu
Tamil

Prema (Telugu: ప్రేమ) is a 1952 Telugu drama film produced and directed by P. S. Ramakrishna Rao of Bharani Pictures and starring A. Nageswara Rao and P. Bhanumathi. Bhanumathi wrote the story for the first time. It is simultaneously made into Tamil language entitled Kadhal (Tamil: காதல்).

Plot

Mothi (Bhanumathi) is a poor Lambadi girl in a village. Raja (Nageswara Rao) came to see the rural nature. He is attracted to the beauty of Mothi and both love each other. He goes home town and forgets her. Meanwhile Mothi's father settles her marriage with Parasuram (Mukkamala). She escapes from home to avoid marriage and reach the town. She joins a dance troupe and giving performances. She identifies Raja with Lata (Sriranjani) in one of her shows and goes into shock. Unable to find Mothi, Raja marries Latha. Before the facts are known, Parasuram kills Mothi, while Mothi's friend kills Parasuram.

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Cast

Crew

Soundtrack

Telugu Songs

Tamil Songs

External links

  • Prema film at IMDb.
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